matrix-revolutionsLa-La Land Records has released a remastered and expanded re-issue of the score for the Wachowski’s 2003 Warner Bros. Pictures sci-fi action film The Matrix Revolutions starring Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne and Carrie-Anne Moss. The album features over two hours of the film’s original music composed and conducted by Don Davis (Jurassic Park 3, Bound), including cues that were not used in the final film, as well as bonus alternate cues. The 2CD-set is limited to 3000 copies and is now available to order on the La-La Land’s website, where you can also listen to audio clips and check out the full album details. The label has previously released an expanded release for the first sequel in the trilogy.

the-blue-maxThe label has also released a remastered re-issue of the soundtrack for the 1966 WWI war drama The Blue Max directed by John Guillermin and starring George Peppard, James Mason and Ursula Andress. The music for the 20th Century Fox production is composed by Jerry Goldsmith (The Omen, Patton, Planet of the Apes, Star Trek: The Motion Picture). The 2 CD-set, which is limited to 2000 copies, features the intended film score on the first disc and the first-time-ever CD debut of the original LP program, as well as bonus tracks that include previously unreleased source music on the second disc. To check out the full album details and to listen to audio clips, visit the La-La Land Record’s online store.